Fretboard Chart: C Major Scale
I just created my first guitar lesson as a nicely formatted, clean document. It is a chart on how to play the C major scale on the guitar in 6 different fingerings – basically one of the most important things you can learn how to do as a guitarist. The great thing is, this works for major scales in all 12 keys because on the guitar you simply move a scale shape to start on the correct note!
The whole point – if you learn how to do this, you can improvise and create lead lines in any key anywhere on the neck. That is quite exciting. As always, email me if you want a pdf.
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